My Guide to Delhi: Hotels, Restaurants & Tips

New Delhi– the city of cities. It is the land of Dilwale people & The Capital of India. Delhi is a city where medieval and modern blend seamlessly together. It is the place that not only touches your heartbeat but even fastens it to a frenzied pace. Delhi represents an ancient culture and a promptly modernizing city at the same time & same pace. Dotted with monuments and mega tall buildings there is so much to discover here.


New Delhi has its own reputation in the world. Much to our surprise, it is not as expensive as we think. There are plenty of good places here where you can stay on budget.


Undoubtedly it is a great city with a lot going on but you don’t need to stay longer here to roam around. In my next post, I will write and tell you about the nearby cities and spots where you can visit in a single day.


Now I am going to share few luxury hotels, restaurants, and hotspots of Delhi.


There are plenty of luxury hotels here to make your stay comfortable. Apart from then, OYO Rooms can be your another choice.

ITC Maurya
The Taj Mahal Hotel
The Oberoi New Delhi
The Oberoi
Taj Palace New Delhi
Taj Palace
The Leela Palace
The Leela Palace


Delhi is famous for food also. From Chinese, Italian, Thai, Sushi, European, Mughlai, North/South Indian, Continental, Lebanese, Mexican, Spanish to Sea Food, you can have here anything you want. Also, I recommend you not to miss the famous Delhi Chaat here. Little Momos stalls at every corner in this city are eye-catching. The Dhabas here are typical as well as modern. So, you need not worry about your stomach when you plan to come here.

West View, ITC Maurya
West View, ITC Maurya
Café Knosh - The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel
Cafe Knosh – The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel
ITC Maurya
The Pavilion- ITC Maurya
DLF Promenade
The Big Chill- DLF Promenade
The Taj Mahal Hotel
Machan- The Taj Mahal Hotel
bukhara itc
Bukhara- ITC Maurya


National Zoological Park

NCR & nearby cities- Noida, Gurugram, Agra, Murthal, Mathura
Historical Monuments- Qutab Minar, Red Fort, Tughlakabad Fort, etcetera.
Museums- Railway museum, Dolls museum, Science museum, Parliament museum, Supreme Court museum…
Markets- Hauz Khas, Khan Market, Defence Colony, Connaught Place, GK

If you really want to see Delhi at it’s most, then follow the given tips-

  • Hire a travel agent or HOHO bus.
  • Be a planner, you can roam all the major historical monuments in a single day.
  • Take a day off for museum or market visit.
  • Don’t forget to take the metro ride.
  • If you are coming from another metro city or state, then don’t waste your time visiting the malls- there’s a lot more than malls here.
  • Don’t forget to visit Old Delhi-another city in this city.

I hope you’ve found this post helpful. Got questions, or have any tip for our readers, you can comment below.

P.S – My Travel-related posts and Hotel Reviews are sponsored by Lorels Holidays. Lorels Holidays is one of the reputed brands in the business of hospitality. The best thing about Lorels Holidays is that they give really good offers & prices.

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  4. Well done, what is OYO? Why not add a link to another post by you about old Delhi? Prices always interest people and issues like safety. Best times to visit, and weather. Different areas of India for different interests?

    1. Well you can’t say that.. The true delhiites are simply great and helpful. The people you are talking about are not from Delhi. Delhi has become a hub for people from other states. It’s overpopulated. So we really can’t judge amongst them.

    1. Red fort, Chandni Chowk, Paranthe Vali Gali, the biggest wedding card market as well as book market.. Also there’s situated the biggest mosque of India- Jama Masjid. The food of old delhi is very famous as well.

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  6. Ahhh.. Perfect timing. I’d be there for a few days later this month & was looking up on some similar info. Thanks for sharing. Would be great if you could also share the names of some great spas over there. Of course I can find it online, but word of mouth is better 😉

    1. Hi,
      I am sending you few good names-
      Kaya Kalp in ITC Maurya,
      Amatrra in Le Meridien and The Ashok,
      Spa at The Shangrila,
      Jiva Spa in Taj Palace,
      The Oberoi Spa is also good (but the hotel is closed this year for renovation)
      Shanaya Spa in Kempinski (now The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel).

      Apart from these, in the Hotel you’ll stay you can find Spa over there. Also here in Delhi, you will find ample Spa Centers but then your safety is a concern too. Feel free to ask more queries.

      1. You’re faster than Shatabdi hahah.. Thanks TM. I’d prefer standalone / independent spas to the in-house ones like Jiva etc… The in-house ones have their own chaos and attend to hotel guests first. 🙂 If it’s not too much for you then do share some goodies on independent spas. Thanks in anticipation !

        1. Well i have been to those spa’s so I can tell about them. But I do not trust the spa centres who run around any market or mall. Jiva is a good choice. I love the fragrance of their products. Hope you have a happy time here in Delhi.

          1. Oh I see.. Thanks .. Back here in Pune it’s a bit more balanced between in-house hotel spas & independent ones. In fact the independent ones are more serious about customers than others. Well since mine would be a business trip, I’m unsure yet what place I’d get to stay. And if it’s got an in-house spa then it’s like tralalala! 🙂

          1. Hahaha…..was just kidding….I don’t have anyone’s fear, coz I’m alone…..but then Good to see you saying this, this fear shows your bond, and then where there is no fear, there is no love, fear is just not about weak or strong, but about loosing someone special with your wrong ways….. And once this fear is over, then that relationship is also over…….anyways happy to see that fear in you……😊😊 keep going……

      1. I was curious if your pose if either the juice is sour or you’ve attitude to spare was purposefully posed or a trick of camera timing.
        as to long life… are you calling me OLD? i mean Cough Cough – Dust…Dust! I might not feel as young as i once did… but I highly doubt i need to put on a dinosaur t-shirt just yet.

          1. odd that i’m legally blind and you’d say that. which is to say a inexpensive 2 megapixle camera literally takes a better picture than my eyes can derive.. I see more accurate colors than many of those cameras but that’s a different thing. 😉

  7. Wow!!! Awesome guide…..
    Who wouldn’t want to travel if they everytime got guide like this….
    Btw have you been to paranthe wali gali…. There’s a shop called maithil sweets corner, you’ll get exquisite desi snacks there. Besides it’s owned by my uncle…..

    1. I have been to paranthe vali gali many times.. I had sweets there too but never noticed the name of any other shop. I’ll save it with me. Next time when I’ll go there I’ll ask him about you.. Ishaan.. right?

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